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In the Connecticut valley the field is marked and (p. 430) hilled so as to give about 6000 hills to the acre.
The Indian method is, not to visit their small plantations from the time that their corn or potatoes are hilled.
THE INDIAN IN HIS WIGWAMHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT
Then were they ware in the wind where came a rich vessel hilled over with red silk, and the vessel landed fast by them.
Hence the name that it sometimes bears of the "seven-hilled city."
OLIVE LEAVESLYDIA HOWARD SIGOURNEY
I think I hilled those spuds, too, with furrows—or a crop of Indian corn I put in later on.
At the last cultivation the plants may be slightly hilled; that is, the soil may be thrown toward the plants with small wings.
In cultivating I keep the surface level, as they do better if kept in this way than if they are hilled up.
So largely has the Seven-hilled City become the pleasure ground of foreign residents.
ITALY, THE MAGIC LANDLILIAN WHITING
But, somehow, there was no movement of the three-hilled city.
Beans should not be much hilled in hoeing, and should never be worked when wet.
SOIL CULTUREJ. H. WALDEN

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